Renamed the Law Of Contradiction entries for a better organization. Next chapter is too wordy, so don’t expect it any time soon. It’s really cool though.
some strange choice of words in the original script for this scene, will change it later, probably
Next day, she woke up after the sun went down.
She couldn’t feel any traces of the Dead Apostle during daytime, so she limited her actions to night time.
Stretching her fingers lightly, she carved a rune. After feeling the fluffiness the bed against her body, Bazett let out a deep sigh. Tonight, if possible, she wants to break into the Dead Apostle lair.
Leaving the key, she left the hotel.
And at that moment, the whole scene was engulfed by her sight.
Sticky, as if it were the eyes of a snake.
It was a gaze like that of a surveillance camera with a will.
Bazett continued walking calmly.
Deep in the night, Bazett was receiving a call.
*I will update this entry a couple of times, around 4, probably.. This semester has been hell and I don’t feel like employing the the little free time I get to translate. Here’s a tidbit:
Certainly, only a fool would get caught in that vigilence network.
In middle of the traffic, a faint scream, almost as if it was about to fade out reached her ears, her neurones fired up and Bazett’s body, just like the wind, began her sprint.
It was 8 P.M, unthinkable for a vampire to act this early but upon hearing that scream, she started searching for it, however it was clear that it wasn’t any kind of tough.
But the sound of concrete cracking and falling.
Running uphill and making a wall jump towards the building, Bazett climbs to the rooftop and turns her head two, three times to locate the source of the scream, then taking a huge leap she landed at the back alley.
There, the singing voice of a young male reached her ears, and the scenario she had expected laid out before her. A gaping hole in a concrete wall and dust in the air.
I will see if I can continue Law of Contradiction. That’s all I can say for now.
Next day, at daybreak, Bazett got out of the bed, took a shower; wiped the sweat off her body and headed to the nearby cafe.